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The new American orchardist; or, An account of the most valuable varieties of fruit, adapted to cultivation in the climate of the United States, from the latitude of 25 [degrees] to 54 [degrees], with their uses, modes of culture, and management; remedies for the maladies to which they are subject, from noxious insects, and other causes, &c. Also, a brief description of the most ornamental forest trees, shrubs, flowers, &c

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The new American orchardist; or, An account of the most valuable varieties of fruit, adapted to cultivation in the climate of the United States, from the latitude of 25 [degrees] to 54 [degrees], with their uses, modes of culture, and management; remedies for the maladies to which they are subject, from noxious insects, and other causes, &c. Also, a brief description of the most ornamental forest trees, shrubs, flowers, &c


Published 1833
Topics Fruit-culture
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Publisher Boston, Carter, Hendee
Pages 454
Possible copyright status The Library of Congress is unaware of any copyright restrictions for this item.
Language English
Call number 6823131
Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation
Book contributor The Library of Congress
Collection library_of_congress; biodiversity; fedlink

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